In the era of massive genomic sequencing, the amount of genetic data available has increased rapidly, opening the door to a new era of possibilities in personalised medicine. In this context, the GEN-IA project has emerged, developed by the BISITE Research Group of the University of Salamanca and led by Fernando de la Prieta Pintado, under the University-Business Knowledge Transfer Plan TCUE (PC_TCUE21-23_009), with the aim of designing and validating a pipeline or set of steps of genomic analysis optimised by Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques.

The BISITE Research Group of the University of Salamanca continues to promote actions with a gender perspective. BISITE representatives have attended the second consortium meeting and the third general assembly meeting of the GILL project, in Greece, to highlight the progress in the ecosystem of effective participation, innovation and thought leadership of women and other traditionally underrepresented groups.


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